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As you all know, we were lucky enough to be chosen as BabyMoov ambassadors
this year and so we’ve spent the days weaning Baby Hero using one of the best machines we’ve ever come across, the NutriBaby. We use it for all kinds of food preparation – and today we’ve used it to help us make these delicious yoghurt berry swirls.
The boys eat more than I could ever have imagined and when it’s not mealtimes, they’re hunting down snacks to keep them going in their adventures. So I decided to have a little fun and make something a bit different for them to munch on today.
All you need is a bowlful of berries, your choice [I used raspberries and strawberries], some yoghurt [I used Yeo Valley Organic Natural] a blender or sieve, a sharp knife and piping equipment. I bought two little piping pens from Tesco for £1 each.
Start by chopping. Take the bits off the berries that you don’t want to eat.
Blend the berries to a thick pulp.
Sieve the pips out – otherwise this clogs up your piping equipment.
Prepare your workspace. Use baking paper and load your two piping tools – one with yoghurt, one with the purée. I put my baking paper on a wooden board so I could put it into the freezer flat, without fear of it running anywhere.
Pipe the yoghurt drops. This was fun.
Pipe the swirls on.
Freeze until ready. I left mine overnight. I wish I had photos to show them being eaten, but they went too fast!
These so delicious! My husband would love these. It doesn't look to hard to do, but then again anything I try to do in the kitchen never tends to turn out well. Maybe this will be a first since I don't have to turn the stove on!
This is such a great idea! I like it not just for babies, but for grown ups who just want a little taste of something now and then.
These look really delicious and so easy to make, I am hungry just looking at them. Thanks for sharing
These look really good. Love any kind of berry so I think I will try them with different ones. Raspberry, Strawberry, Blueberry the more drops the better!
Cool! I often wondered what was in those yogurt melts, love that you can make them at home.
These sound delicious and look like a snack that my daughters would love!! I have never tried to make anything like these before.
Those are so cute! More props to you for making these, I don't think I have the patience!d
These look really yummy and would be a great treat. I love having healthy treats on hand instead of eating junk.
I love this idea. I'm sure it was a great treat for a hot day and I love that they are actually good for them. That is a win/win.
This is such a great recipe. And by the way, I am totally IN LOVE with your photos. I love how you use the light and make everything so beautifully bright. Any tips?
Yum! Those look really good and simple enough to make. Definitely putting it on the list of recipes we need to try.
My kids would love these little bites! Great for lunch boxes too since they are small. The possibilities are endless too! Using different fruits and flavors.
How fun! My kids always loved the yogurt drops I've purchased, but I've always been afraid to make my own. You make it look easy!
I've been seeing these around, but never with swirls! Fun! They look so tasty too. The board idea is absolutely brilliant. It's a keeper!
How cute and fun. Plus so many different flavors would work on this.
Those look out of this world! I will have to try this next time my grandchildren come to visit, thank you for sharing 🙂
I have never heard of these before but my son is a yogurt fanatic. I will have to make these for him.
I think the yogurt drops sounds great. I'd love to make those here too. I agree with Felicita, they'd be great for lunch.